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Langford man to be sentenced June 29 in Beckett case

Sentencing date pushed for Kenneth Jacob Fenton

Greater Victoria residents show support for rail

Significant number of respondents ‘very supportive’ according to Island Corridor Foundation survey

Goddess Run takes to the streets on the West Shore

Hundreds of participants take part in Langford run

Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr announces new spending for former military personnel

Hehr tells Colwood audience that families play a huge role in supporting our troops

Canadian women’s sevens dominate day in Langford

Canada takes on England tomorrow morning in the quarterfinals

Corey Small leads the way in Victoria Shamrocks win

‘Rocks down Burnaby Lakers by 11-6 count

Langford residents react to guilty plea in case stemming from Const. Beckett’s death

“We all grieve for Mrs. Beckett because she was a wonderful woman,” says one resident

Langford man pleads guilty in death of West Shore RCMP officer

Kenneth Jacob Fenton pleads guilty to two counts in the death of Const. Sarah Beckett in April 2016.

CELEBRATING MOM: Royal Roads hosts Paint-In this weekend in Colwood

Mother’s Day event promises fun for the whole family

Defending B.C. champs Westshore Rebels optimistic as spring camp opens

Despite star players moving on conference champs look to build on last year’s momentum

Langford man accused in death of Const. Sarah Beckett has court appearance delayed

Kenneth Jacob Fenton was due to appear in Western Communities Court this morning

Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why prompts letter to parents from Sooke School District

Concern stems from strong subject matter of popular TV series

STRAIGHT TALK: Drug awareness discussion set for Colwood

Royal Bay secondary event offers tips for parent/child conversations about drugs

West Shore on the Go (Part 3 of 3): Councillors from Langford, Colwood look for solutions

‘We have to start looking creatively at how we’re going to move people:’ Colwood councillor

WEST SHORE ON THE GO (Part 2 of 3): Service gaps make transit tough on some riders

Regular riders find the bus to be inconvenient when not making a simple round trip

Langford resident accused in Beckett death has case moved to April 27

Crown and defense have had ‘positive’ talks regarding case

Fort Rodd Hill in Colwood to host noisy salute to Vimy

100-round gunnery firing highlights evening of events at national historic site

Hells Angels arrive in Langford

Well over 100 members of the notorious motorcycle club arrived in Langford from Nanaimo on Saturday afternoon

UPDATED: Rock the Shores cancelled for 2017, organizers hope it can return next year

West Shore Parks and Recreation says they'll welcome festival back in 2018 if that is the case.

CRD looking into lighting along stretches of Galloping Goose

Study was ongoing prior to assault in Colwood on Sunday night, but Parks Chair unsure of viability.